The seventh episode of Harley Quinn's second season is here and it's action-packed. Between a major shift in Harley and Poison Ivy's relationship and big things for Batgirl and Jim Gordon, "There's No Place to Go But Down" has proven to be one of the most important of the season so far. In addition to big moments in the story, the new episode also featured a surprising guest star. Comedian George Lopez made a fun appearance on the show as himself. The comic known for George Lopez, Valentine's Day, and Rio popped by the underground prison where Harley and Ivy were being held by Bane to do a tight ten.
The episode shows Lopez making an appearance at the prison's talent show. We only hear him do one quick joke, but it happens to be relevant to the current quarantine. “And then I said, ‘From now on, we’re homeschooling you, so whatever we don’t know, you don’t know.' Like, ‘When did the Korean War start?’ I don’t know, and neither do you,” Lopez jokes. We have to assume this was made before the quarantine began, so it's just a coincidence, but it definitely falls in line with how many parents are currently feeling. This is all we hear of Lopez' set before finishes and takes off in a chopper, which Harley and Ivy had planned to escape in. (Their plan doesn't quite work out as they had hoped, but they still manage to escape The Pit before the episode ends.)
If you're itching to watch (or rewatch) today's Harley Quinn episode, ComicBook is hosting a Quarantine Watch Party tonight (Friday, May 15th) at 9 PM EST. We'll be watching last week's episode "All the Best Inmates Have Daddy Issues" as well as "There's No Place to Go But Down" and we'll be joined on Twitter by the show's executive producers: Patrick Schumacker, Justin Halpern, and Dean Lorey.
The event will call for the use of #QuarantineWatchParty, #HarleyQuinn, and #DCUHarleyQuinn in each of the tweets as everyone watches the episodes together, from their homes. For the best experience, Harley Quinn fans will want to follow Schumacker (@PMSchumacker), Halpern (@justin_halpern), and Lorey (@deanlorey) on Twitter, along with ComicBook.com's hosts for the evening Joseph Schmidt (@woeisjoe) and Jamie Jirak (@JamieCinematics)!
The entire first season of Harley Quinn is now available to stream on DC Universe, and new episodes of season two debut on Fridays.
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